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Two Sheep Grazing, bronze resin, edition 24 of 30, 79 x 49 x 121 cmsWillow LeggeWillow Legge spent most of her career as a professional portrait sculptor. Parallel with her portraits however, Willow created a very personal group of works. In contradiction to her professional persona, these concentrated on the inner, essential, character of a subject, the life that is inside rather than the outward appearance. Much of her work is autobiographical, reflecting her preoccupations and concerns at the time. Connected to this is her interest in wildlife, again it is the lines and rhythms, the essential shapes she looks for, carving a swan or a duck she plays with its mass and volume, ignoring the external details and concentrating on the simplicity of its shape and form.Click here to view more work by Willow Legge